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Whitney Museum of American Art 



1968 Annual Exhibition 



Sculpture 




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1968 Annual Exhibition 
Contemporary American Sculpture 
December 17,1968 - February 9,1969 



Whitney Museum of American Art 
945 Madison Avenue, New York 




Ernest Trova Study Falling Man: 5' Walking Man With Devices 



Foreword 

Since 1932 the Whitney Museum has held a series of 
annual and biennial exhibitions surveying the field of 
contemporary American art. In the present exhibition, 
like its predecessors, the artists participate by invita- 
tion instead of submitting to a jury, and works are se- 
lected by members of the Museum's staff. By a tradi- 
tion which goes back to Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's 
first activities in American art, no prizes are awarded 
in this exhibition. 

The 1968 Annual is devoted entirely to sculpture. 
The exhibition is more national in scope, as were those 
of 1966 and 1967. This was made possible by a grant 
from the Ford Foundation which enabled the Museum's 
staff to visit art centers throughout the United States. 

The exhibition is made possible by the cooperation 
of art galleries, private collectors and artists who have 
generously made loans to the exhibition and to whom 
we wish to make grateful acknowledgment. 

Since 1960, a larger catalogue with more illustra- 
tions has been published due to the continued support 
of the Friends of the Whitney Museum. 



Cover: Jerry Ballaine H. & Hardart No. 14 



Whitney Museum of American Art 

Trustees 

Flora Whitney Miller, Chairman of the Board 

David M. Solinger, President 

Flora Miller Irving. Vice President 

Alan H. Temple, Secretary and Treasurer 

Arthur G.AItschul 

John I. H. Baur 

Henry F. du Pont 

Armand G. Erpf 

B. H. Friedman 

Lloyd Goodrich 

W. Barklie Henry 

Michael H. Irving 

G. Macculloch Miller 

Hermon More (honorary) 

Roy R. Neuberger 

Mrs. Laurance S. Rockefeller 

Robert W. Sarnoff 

Benno C. Schmidt 

Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney 

Mrs. John Hay Whitney 

Getrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Founder 



Staff 

John I. H. Baur, Director 

Lloyd Goodrich. Advisory Director 

Stephen E. Weil, Administrator 

John Gordon. Curator 

Margaret McKellar. Executive Secretary 

Robert M. Doty. Associate Curator 

Libby Seaberg. Librarian 

Eugene N. Lewis. Acting Head. Education Department 

Leon Levine. Public Relations 

Margaret M. Watherston, Conservator 

Amelia McCall Penders. Assistant Secretary 

Althea Borden. Personnel Supervisor 

Sally J . Kuhn, Executive Secretary, Friends of the Whitney Museum 

Frank Russell, Sales & Information 

Mane Appleton 
John Murray. Superintendent 
John E. Martin. Head Preparator 



Bennett Bean Untitled 



All addresses are in New York City unless otherwise noted. 
The number in parentheses following the artist's address 
indicates his dealer as listed under "Galleries." Dimen 
sions are in inches, height preceding length or width. 

Most of the works in the exhibition are for sale. Prices 
are available at the Information Desk. 



1 PETER AGOSTINI b. 1913 
151 Avenue B (41) 

The Rocker Plaster 39V6 X 40x42 

2 CALVIN ALBERT b. 1918 
222 Willoughby Ave.. Brooklyn 
Black Bull Bronze 9' /, x 15 x 7 

3 PETER ALEXANDER b. 1939 

2119 Estrelle. Los Angeles. Calif. (15. 20) 
Untitled Polyester resin 76x7%x7'/ 2 

4 JOHN ANDERSON b. 1928 
Box 59. Asbury, N.J. (46) 
Baroque Wood 96 x 96 x 96 

5 STEPHEN ANTONAKOS b. 1926 
435 West Broadway (18) 

Ruby and Pink Aluminum, neon, electric 
circuitry 36 x 42 x 24 

6 RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER b. 1924 

65 East Broadway (6) 

100 Locations Paint, hair, wood, plastic 
Indeterminate dimensions 

7 JERRY BALLAINE b. 1934 
2129'/. Russell, Berkeley, Calif. 

H. and Hardart Number 14 Plastic, lacquer 
50x60x 12 

8 ROBERT BART b. 1923 
113 Greene St. (38) 

Mandala Number 3 Aluminum, stainless steel 

66 x 66 x 66 

9 LEONARD BASKIN b. 1922 
Fort Hill, Northampton, Mass. (3) 
Oedipus at Co/onus Bronze 74x29x29 

10 MARYBAUERMEISTER b. 1934 

119 Ridgewood St., Madison, Conn. (2) 

All Things Involved in All Other Things Wood, 

glass, paint 90 x 60 x45 



11 BENNETT BEAN b. 1941 
1831 South Ave., Staten Island 
Untitled Plexiglas 72x36x4 1 / 2 

12 JOHN BENNETT b. 1935 
300 Canal St. (18) 

Lady Slipper Fiberglas, lacquer, wood 
48x32x32 

13 FLETCHER BENTON b. 1931 

2100 Pine St., San Francisco, Calif. (2) 
Synchronetic L 443 Aluminum, plexiglas, 
electric circuitry 22x21x21 

14 TONY BERLANT b. 1941 

2802 2nd St., Santa Monica, Calif. (47) 
The Cracked White House Steel, plywood 
83x72 1 / 2 x71 

15 BEN BERNS b. 1936 
505 West 23 St. 

Number 13 Neon, fiberglas 45x60x27% 

16 MICHAEL BIGGER b. 1937 
207 Williams St., Providence, R.I. 
Love Me #6 Steel 1 10 x 12x48 

Lent by Joseph S. Sinclair, Providence, R.I. 

17 RONALD BLADEN b. 1918 
182 Fifth Ave. (18) 
Construction Lumber Wood, paint 
186 x 288 x 168 

18 VARUJAN BOGHOSIAN b. 1926 
Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. (9) 
Coronation Wood, iron, clay, brass 
74x47!/ 2 xl3 

19 LEE BONTECOU b. 1931 
147WoosterSt.(6) 
Untitled Acetate 96x45x40 

20 LOUISE BOURGEOIS b. 1911 
347 West 20 St. 

Sleep II Marble 23 '/ 2 x 24x31 



21 ALEXANDER CALDER b. 1898 
Roxbury, Conn. (39) 

Four at Forty-Five (degrees!) Sheet metal, steel 
rods 38 x256 x 256 

22 KENNETH CAMPBELL b. 1913 
79 Mercer St. (14) 

Popeye Marble 84 x 18x36 

23 JOHN CHAMBERLAIN b. 1927 
405 East 13 St. (6) 

Brophill Lowdown Galvanized iron 
59% x 56x50 

24 CHRYSSA b. 1933 
27 East 83 St. 

Cents Minus Steel, enamel, plexiglas, ink 
78 1 / 2 x 28x42 

25 MIKE COOPER b. 1943 

c/o Esther Robles Gallery, 665 N. La Cienega, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Time Capsule Chromed steel 60x48x48 

26 TONY DELAP b. 1927 

225 Jasmine St., Corona del Mar, Calif. (15, 31) 
Sutro Anodized aluminum, plexiglas 
48x96x48 



27 WALTER DE MARIA b. 1935 
27 Howard St. (13) 

Garbo Column Aluminum 72x4 a /2x4 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rowan, 
Pasadena, Calif. 

28 DEBORAH DEMOULPIED b. 1933 

248 Pine Orchard Rd., Branford, Conn. (7) 
Pa/amos Plexiglas 32 x47V& x 35% 

29 JOSE DE RIVERA b. 1904 

40-40 24th St., Long Island City, N.Y. (3) 
Cpnstruction Number 1 06 Stainless steel 
28x24x 17 



30 MARK Dl SUVERO b. 1933 
195 Front St. (1,8) 

To Martin Luther King Steel 44 x 72x41 V 2 
Lent by the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection 

31 TOM DOYLE b. 1928 
135 Bowery (13) 

Ringgold Fiberglas, paint 38x31x109 

32 ROBERT ENGMAN b. 1927 
Haverford, Pa. (7) 

Aspects of a Tone Poem Bronze, paint 
14xl2 1 y 4x5 1 / 2 

33 PETER ERSKINE b. 1941 
East Chatham, N.Y. 

The Undiscovered Self Styrofoam, dynel, epoxy 
18x79x65 

34 HERBERT FERBER b. 1906 
827 Broadway (16) 

Circle and Calligraph III Copper 71x54x24 

35 FRANK GALLO b. 1933 

804 West Nevada, Urbana, III. (23) 

Man with Necktie Epoxy 23 3 / 4 x 1 1 1 / 2 x 1 1 

36 WILLIAM GEIS, III b. 1940 

P.O. Box 85, Woodacre, Calif. (40) 
Perusal's Oar Wood, fiberglas, plaster, paint 
96x60x72 

37 CRISTOS GIANAKOS b. 1934 
138 Prince St. 

Sculpture Number 10 Polyester resin 
24x30x30 

38 JOHN GOODYEAR b. 1930 
R.D. 1, Lebanon, N.J. 

Hot and Cold Bars Aluminum, plastic, electric 
circuitry 5%x5%x72 

39 ROBERT GRAHAM b. 1938 

1233 S. Ogden Dr., Los Angeles, Calif. (30) 
Untitled Mixed media 12x22x22 



40 NANCY GROSSMAN b. 1940 
105 Eldridge St. (9) 

Head (2 Stars) Leather, wood, epoxy paint 

16x7x9 

Collection of the Whitney Museum of American 

Art, Gift of the Howard and Jean Lipman 

Foundation, Inc. 

41 ROBERT GROSVENOR b. 1937 
302 Elizabeth St. (18) 

Untitled Plywood, steel, fiberglas, paint 
108 x 384 x 18 

42 ROY GUSSOW b. 1918 

40-40 24th St., Long Island City, N.Y. (3) 
Three Columns, 515-68 Stainless steel sheet 
36>/ 2 x 27x26 

43 PETER GUTKIN b. 1944 

607 Hemlock, San Francisco, Calif. (24) 
Untitled Alder wood, plastics 47x36x36 

44 MICHAEL HALL b. 1941 

Rt. 7, Grimes Mill Rd., Lexington, Ky. 
Mastodon VI Aluminum, bronze 37x88x24 

45 DUAYNE HATCHETT b. 1935 

c/o Royal Marks Gallery, 19 East 71 St. 

Go Aluminum, acrylic plastic 92x111x84 

46 ALEX HAY b. 1930 
27 Howard St. (30) 

Paper Bag Paper, epoxy, fiberglas, paint 
60x29x 17 3 / 4 

47 MICHAEL HEIZER b. 1944 
79 Mercer St. 

City Depression Plated metal, displaced paving 
stones 4 x 144 x48 



48 EVA HESSE b. 1936 
134 Bowery (18) 
Sans Fiberglas 5 units, each 38 x 85 x 7 



49 WILL HORWITT b. 1934 
131 East 15 St. (41) 

Landscape in a Minimal World Bronze 
161/2 x 25 x 13 

50 ROBERT HOWARD b. 1922 

Ackland Art Center, Chapel Hill, N.C. (33) 
1-68 Steel, paint 64x100x48 

51 ROBERT HUDSON b. 1938 

White Gate Ranch, Bolinas, Calif. (19) 
Black Lift Steel 84x72x72 

52 RICHARD HUNT b. 1935 

1503 N. Cleveland Ave., Chicago, III. (12) 
Hybrid Form Steel 17^x29x20 

53 JAMES HUNTINGTON b. 1941 
29 Park Row (36) 

Idria Nacreous metalic acrylic, canvas, wood 
66x66x 12 

54 DANIEL LARUE JOHNSON b. 1938 
109 Spring St. 

Eve Wood, paint 36 x 38 x 12 

55 DONALD JUDD b. 1928 
53 East 19 St. (6) 

Untitled Anodized aluminum 48x61x108 

56 CRAIG KAUFFMAN b. 1932 
c/o Pace Gallery, 32 East 57 St. 
Untitled Plexiglas 24x60x10 

57 ELLSWORTH KELLY b. 1923 
1 West 67 St. (26) 

Untitled (white) Aluminum, paint 
IOOV2 x 146^2 x38 3 / 8 
Lent by William Rubin, N.Y. 

58 WILLIAM KING b. 1925 
17 East 96 St. (11) 

The Interview Aluminum 52x14x10 



59 ROBERT KINMONT b. 1937 

500 San Francisco Blvd., San Anselmo, Calif. 
36 Flavors Wax, neon, wood 86x17x4 

60 LYMAN KIPP b. 1929 
North Salem, N.Y. 

Hudson Bay Steel, paint 108x96x96 

61 GABRIEL KOHN b. 1910 

10806 Ventura Blvd., N. Hollywood, Calif. (47) 
Ventura #10 Pine, beech, redwood 25x22x16 

62 JOSEPH KONZAL b. 1905 
254 Warren St., Brooklyn (43) 
Sparta Bronze 23 y 2 x 9 l / 2 x 7V 2 

63 ROCKNE KREBS b. 1938 

1960 Baltimore St., N.W., Washington, D.C. (5) 
Untitled Scotchlite, aluminum 154x154x120 

64 GARY KUEHN b. 1939 

1551 Westbrook Rd., Somerville, N.J. (1) 
Untitled Wood, fiberglas, enamel 30x48x2iy 2 

65 GERALD LAING b. 1936 
141 GreeneSt. (17) 

Gold Standard Steel, paint 4y x48y 2 x 45y 2 

66 LEROY LAMIS b. 1925 

3101 Oak St., Terre Haute, Ind. (45) 
Construction 143 Plexiglas 37x13x13 

67 STANLEY LANDSMAN b. 1930 
35 West 26 St. (6) 

Flora Wood, glass, electric circuitry 
72x24x24 



68 MICHAEL LEKAKIS b. 1907 
57 West 28 St. 

Apotheosis Oak 102x60x48 

69 JOSEPH LEVI b. 1938 
171 West 71 St. (44) 

Sarigan Metal, electric circuitry, paint 
103^2 x 58 x 18 



70 LES LEVINE b. 1936 
119 Bowery (18) 

Black Star Plexiglas 66x94x102 

71 ALEXANDER LIBERMAN b. 1912 
173 East 70 St. (16) 

Arc Steel, paint 111 1 /;? x 147 x 108 

72 ROY LICHTENSTEIN b. 1923 
190 Bowery (6) 

Modern Sculpture with Velvet Rope Brass, velvet 
rope 2 parts, 83 l A x 26 x 15 and 59 x 26 x 15 

73 SEYMOUR LIPTON b. 1903 
302 West 98 St. (34) 

Catacombs Nickel silver on monel metal 
83 x 67 x 34 

74 JIM LOVE b. 1927 

908 Truxillo, Houston, Texas (28) 

Portable Bunker for Family Quarrels Steel, sand 

bags gyzxlOVfcxS 

75 BIX LYE b. 1937 
801 Greenwich St. 

Snack II Nova ply, epoxy, lacquer, lucite 
10 1 / 4 x7 1 / 4 x6 1 / 4 

76 SHELDON MACHLIN b. 1918 
39 Columbia PL, Brooklyn (48) 

Silver Tn'mb/e Steel, paint 24x6 1 / 2 x6 1 / 2 

77 ROBERT MALLARY b. 1917 

85 N. Whitney St., Amherst, Mass. (46) 
Quad III TRAN2 Computer sculpture in 
laminated veneer 68 '/ 2 x IIV2 x 11 



78 john Mccracken b. 1934 

20 East 17 St. (15) 

Untitled Plywood, paint 120x32x80 

79 ED McGOWIN b. 1938 

1215 Fort Myer Dr., Arlington, Va. (25) 
Squinches Plexiglas 144x72x54 



80 WALTER McNAMARA b. 1939 
720 Milton Circle, Reno, Nev. 

Soft Ware with Non-Tongue Plaster, copper 
96x30x 12 

81 CLEMENT MEADMORE b. 1929 
317 West 99 St. (5) 

UTurn Painted Cor-ten steel 87x168x132 

82 JAMES MELCHERT b. 1930 

6077 Oceanview Dr., Oakland, Calif. (24, 36) 
Photo Negative with Ashtray on Blue Table 
Ceramic 4x15x15 



83 ROBERT MORRIS b. 1931 

c/o Leo Castelli Gallery, 4 East 77 St. 
Untitled Aluminum 36x144x144 

84 ROBERT MURRAY b. 1936 
138 East 22 St. (38) 

Chinook Aluminum, paint 144x192x48 

85 LOUISE NEVELSON b. 1900 
29 Spring St. (37) 

Canada Series III Plexiglas 42y 2 x 27 x 7y 2 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Avnet, 
Great Neck, N.Y. 

86 BARNETT NEWMAN b. 1905 
685 West End Ave. (30) 

Here III Stainless steel, Cor-ten steel 
125x23 I / 2 x 18 1/ 2 

87 MINORU NIIZUMA b. 1930 
87 Christopher St. (50) 

Windy Wind Marble 75x10x10 

Lent by Roy D. Beemer, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

88 CLAES OLDENBURG b. 1929 
404 East 14 St. (26) 

Giant Soft Ketchup Bottle with Ketchup Canvas, 
foam rubber 100x200x24 



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DENNIS OPPENHEIM b. 1938 
294 State St., Brooklyn (21) 
Decomposition— Whitney Museum Mixed media 
13 x 120x96 

ALFONSO OSSORIO b. 1916 
The Creeks, Easthampton, N.Y. (9) 
Congregation # 3 Mixed media 106x36x17 
Lent by Morris J. Pinto, Paris 

HAROLD PARIS b. 1925 
1401 Middle Harbor Rd., Oakland, Calif. (24) 
Conversation on a Black Afternoon: April 4, 1968, 
6:01P.M. Wood, plastic 51x72x53 



KENNETH PRICE b. 1935 

2360 S. Robertson, Los Angeles, Calif. 

R.G.Violet Ceramic 5x3y 2 x9 

Lent by Jackie and Ulf Greber, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

93 LEO RABKIN b. 1919 
218 West 20 St. 

Calligraphy-Box Plexiglas, paper, electric 
circuitry 12V 2 xlOV 2 x 10V 2 

94 CARLOS RAMOS b. 1940 
c/o Barden, 69 Horatio St. 
Untitled Fiberglas 59x37x15 

95 JAMES REINEKING b. 1937 

3178 17th St., San Francisco, Calif. (40) 
Untitled Sitting Object/ 2nd Edition Paint, wood, 
plexiglas, electric circuitry 12 x 24 x 24 

96 SAM RICHARDSON b. 1934 

c/o Esther Robles Gallery, 665 N. La Cienega, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

The Fog Bank Hangs Over Six Miles of that Guy's 
River Fiberglas, polyfoam, plastic, lacquer 
40x71% x6 3 / 4 

97 ROBERT RICHENBURG b. 1917 
359 West Broadway 

Clear Sailing Polyethylene plastic 72x60x24 



98 GEORGE RICKEY b. 1907 
R.D. 2, East Chatham, N.Y. (45) 
Two Lines Oblique Stainless steel 
120 x indeterminate w. x 4" 

99 LARRY RIVERS b. 1923 
404 East 14 St. (34) 

Cropped Blue Bed Wood, canvas 
47 1 / 2 x48x40 3 / 4 

100 HENRY ROLLINS b. 1937 

249 Redwood Rd., San Anselmo, Calif. 
The Sun Brass, bronze 14x14x14 

101 JAMES ROSATI b. 1912 
252 West 14 St. (34) 

Horizon II Bronze 108x84x72 

102 BERNARD ROSENTHAL b. 1914 
358 East 57 St. (29) 

Odyssey Aluminum, paint 78x98x90 

103 CHARLES ROSS b. 1937 
80WoosterSt. (13) 

Prism Pair— Left and Right Exchange Plexiglas, 
mineral oil two parts, each 36x60x28 

104 THEODORE ROSZAK b. 1907 
1 St. Lukes PI. (35) 

Vector— Study for Architectural Wall 
Mixed Media 60 x 96 

105 LUCAS SAMARAS b. 1936 
52 West 71 St. (37) 
Transformation: Flowers Mixed media 
53 3 / 8 x 35x31 

106 FRED SANDBACK b. 1943 
401 8th Ave., Brooklyn (13) 

Trapezoid Orange elastic cord 108x108x24 

107 ALAN SARET b. 1944 
130 Greene St. (4) 

True Jungle: Canopy Forest Wire, paint 
108x206x4 1 / 2 



108 JULIUS SCHMIDT b. 1923 

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, 

Mich. (34) 

Untitled Bronze 29>/ 2 x 25x21 

109 ROY SCHNACKENBERG b. 1934 
2600 N. Racine, Chicago, III. 
Woman in Tub Hydrastone 9x8x17 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Selle, Chicago, III. 

110 GEORGE SEGAL b. 1924 

RFD 4, Box 323, North Brunswick, N.J. (26) 
Laundromat Plaster, metal, plastic 47x97x43 

111 JASON SELEY b. 1919 

209 Hudson St., Ithaca, N. Y. (30) 

Hanover II Chromium plated steel 96x48x30 

112 WILLIAM SELLERS b. 1929 

2734 Rush-Mendon Rd., Honeoye Falls, N. Y. (41) 
Twist Stainless steel 43>/ 2 x 102x72 

113 RICHARD SERRA b. 1939 
319 Greenwich St. (1) 

Slow Roll for Philip Glass Lead 6 3 4x72x7 1 / 2 

114 ROBERT SMITHSON b. 1938 
799 Greenwich St. (13) 
Palisades Aluminum, enamel, stone 
56x26x36 

115 KENNETH SNELSON b. 1927 
36 West 26 St. (13) 

Lorraine Steel, stainless steel cable, paint 
120x 120x180 

116 SYLVIA STONE b. 1928 
238 Park Avenue So. (10) 

Monolith Plexiglas, acrylic 64xl32x 1 / 2 

117 EDVINS STRAUTMANIS b. 1933 
4618 N. Dover St., Chicago, III. (32) 
Supercrait Wood, paint 57 1 / 2 x 126 x 108 



118 GEORGE SUGARMAN b. 1912 
127 Greene St. (18) 

Square Spiral Steel, paint 111x126x114 

119 WAYNE TAYLOR b. 1931 
189 Bowery 

Blue Flake III Vinyl 103x63x16 

120 JULIUS TOBIAS b. 1915 
9 Great Jones St. 

Interior Space #3 Masonite, formica 
102x86V 2 x 114 

121 MICHAEL TODD b. 1935 
494 Broadway (27) 

Untitled Painted Cor-ten steel 65x84x60 

122 ERNEST TROVA b. 1927 

c/o Pace Gallery, 32 East 57 St. 

Study Falling Man: 5' Walking Man with Devices 

Bronze 60 x 24 x 18 

Lent by the McCory Corporation, N.Y. 

123 ANNE TRUITT b. 1921 

3520Tilden St. N.W., Washington, D. C. (16) 
Whale's Eye Wood, paint 60x18x18 

124 WILLIAM TUNBERG b. 1936 
903 Pacific Ave., Venice, Calif. 
Neoclassical Drawing Trap Wood, epoxy, chrome 
53y 2 x21 x22 

125 DEWAIN VALENTINE b. 1936 
69 Market St., Venice, Calif. 
Slab Polyester 96x18x36 

126 RICHARD VAN BUREN b. 1937 
510 Broome St. (4) 

Untitled, 1968 Fiberglas, charcoal 
96x 19x7 

127 FRANK LINCOLN VINER b. 1939 
163 Bowery 

Peat Moss Plot Mixed media 54x54x12 



128 RUTH VOLLMER 

25 Central Park West (38) 

In Relation Three to Four Aluminum 20x20x20 

129 DAVID VON SCHLEGELL b. 1920 
173 Christopher St. (1,49) 

Untitled Stainless steel 84x192x248 

130 DAVID WEINRIB b. 1924 
78 Greene St. (33) 

Son Polyester resin 29V 2 x43y 2 x 2iy 2 

131 TOM WESSELMANN b. 1931 
54 Bond St. (26) 

Seascape Number 5 Synthetic polymer paint, 
plexiglas 65 x 44 : / 2 x 3 

Collection of the Whitney Museum of American 
Art. Gift of the Howard and Jean Lipman 
Foundation, Inc. 

132 H. C. WESTERMANN b. 1922 
Brookfield Center, Conn. (19) 

Lily Bolero Wood, glass, paint 18V2x9%x8 

133 JOHN WILLENBECHER b. 1936 
15 West 68 St. (17) 

Spheremusic No. 5 Wood, glass, paint 
38% x38Vi x3!/ 2 

134 FRANKLIN WILLIAMS b. 1940 
4120 Montgomery, Oakland, Calif. 
Untitled Mixed media 8x10x22 

135 CHRISTOPHER WILMARTH b. 1943 
5 Lispenard St. (23) 

New Plywood, glass 96x24x24 

136 JAMES WINES b. 1932 
60 Greene St. (34) 

Disc and Square Steel, cement 72x72x6 

137 GARY WOJCIK b. 1945 

545 S. Limestone, Lexington, Ky. (22) 
Snaker Ray Welded steel, automotive lacquer 
24x96x42 



Galleries 



1 Richard Bellamy and Noah Goldowsky Gallery 

2 Galeria Bonino 

3 Grace Borgenicht Gallery 

4 Bykert Gallery 

5 Byron Gallery 

6 Leo Castelli Gallery 

7 Galerie Chalette 

8 Paula Cooper 

9 Cordier & Ekstrom 

10 Tiborde Nagy Gallery 

11 Terry Dintenfass, Inc. 

12 Dorsky Gallery 

13 Dwan Gallery 

14 Egan Gallery 

15 Robert Elkon Gallery 

16 Andre Emmerich Gallery 

17 Richard Feigen Gallery 

18 Fischbach Gallery 

19 Allan Frumkin Gallery 

20 Gallery 669. Los Angeles 

21 John Gibson 

22 Gilman Galleries, Chicago 

23 Graham Gallery 

24 Hansen Gallery, San Francisco 

25 Henri Gallery, Washington, D. C. 

26 Sidney Janis Gallery 

27 Gertrude Kasle Gallery, Detroit 

28 AtelierChapman Kelley, Dallas 

29 M. Knoedler&Co., Inc. 

30 Kornblee Gallery 

31 Felix Landau, Los Angeles 

32 Main Street Galleries, Chicago 

33 Royal Marks Gallery 



34 Marlborough-Gerson Gallery 

35 Pierre Matisse Gallery 

36 Obelisk Gallery, Boston 

37 Pace Gallery 

38 Betty Parsons Gallery 

39 Perls Galleries 

40 Quay Gallery, San Francisco 

41 Stephen Radich Gallery 

42 Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles 

43 Bertha Schaefer Gallery 

44 Stable Gallery 

45 Staempfli Gallery 

46 Allan Stone Gallery 

47 David Stuart Galleries, Los Angeles 

48 Waddell Gallery 

49 Ward-Nasse Gallery, Boston 

50 Howard Wise Gallery 



Collections 



Mr. and Mrs. Lester Avnet, Great Neck, New York 

Roy D. Beemer, Beverly Hills, California 

Jackie and Ulf Greber, Beverly Hills, California 

The Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection, New York 

McCrory Corporation, New York 

Morris J. Pinto, Paris 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rowan, Pasadena, California 

William Rubin, New York 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Selle, Chicago, Illinois 

Joseph S. Sinclair, Providence, Rhode Island 

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 










Peter Agostini The Rocker 




John Anderson Baroque 




Mary Bauermeister All Things Involved in All OtherThings 




Tony Berlant The Cracked White House 




Varujan Boghosian Coronation 




Louise Bourgeois Sleep II 




Kenneth Campbell Popeye 




Richard Artschwager 100 Locations 




Peter Erskine The Undiscovered Self 



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Tom Doyle Ringgold 




Herbert Ferber Circle and Calligraph III 




Cristos Gianakos Sculpture No. 10 




Nancy Grossman Head (2 stars) 







John Goodyear Hot and Cold Bars 




RoyGussow Three Columns 5-15-68 




Michael Hall Mastodon VI 




Duayne Hatchett Go 




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Alex Hay Paper Bag 




Robert Howard 1-68 




Richard Hunt Hybrid Form 




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James Huntington Idria 




Robert Graham Untitled 




Craig Kauffman Untitled 




Rockne Krebs Untitled 




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Michael Lekakis Apotheosis 





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Roy Lichtenstein Modern Sculpture with Velvet Rope 




Seymour Upton Catacombs 




Jim Love Portable Bunker for Family Quarrels 




Bix Lye Snack II 




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Barnett Newman Herein 




Clement Meadmore UTurn 




Robert Morris Untitled 




Minoru Niiztima Windy Wind 



Harold Paris Conversation on a Black Afternoon: April 4, 1968, 6:01 P.M. 




Carlos Ramos Untitled 




Kenneth Price R.G.Violet 




James Reineking Untitled Sitting Object/ 2nd Edition 




Larry Rivers Cropped Blue Bed 




Henry Rollins The Sun 



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William Sellers Twist 




Jason Seley Hanover II 




George Segal Laundromat 




George Sugarman Square Spiral 




Richard Serra Slow Roll for Philip Glass 




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Alan Saret True Jungle: Canopy Forest 




Bernard Rosenthal Odyssey 





Julius Tobias Interior Space #3 







Michael Todd Untitled 



Richard van Buren Untitled 





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David Weinrib Son 




James Wines Disc and Square 




Gary Wojcik 




John Willenbecher Spheremusic No. 5 




Tom Wesselmann Seascape Number 5